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child about the school shooting massacre in connecticut? cbs 5 reporter patrick sedillo with how bay area parents are handling the difficult situation in different ways. >> reporter: the blades are on the ice and a chill is definitely in the air. as parents struggle with what to say to the kids the day after one of the worst school massacres in u.s. history. jessica talked with her teens about it but -- >> i think it's better for my 7-year-old to stay innocent of that kind of event. >> enjoy just being a kid. >> it was a hard day and i nearly broke down at work. >> reporter: john took his daughter skating. he said he talked with them gently but directly. >> we definitely talked about it. wanted to make sure they felt safe and they understood that there is evil in the world but we do love them and we will try to protect them any way we can. >> i put myself in those other parents' places where they are going there and their children aren't there anymore. >> reporter: across town at the california academy of sciences, karen nelson is keeping daughter michaela close. >> i just explained
hill. patrick sedillo, cbs 5. >> one of the many people who grew up going to that theater roberta. it would be sad to see it go. >> you know i remember the days of the good old drive-in theater. i was just back in barstow a couple of weekends ago. they still have the drive-in theater. >> they're fading everywhere. >> you know you might want to think about outdoor activities at least for the next couple of days. good evening everybody. sure we have clouds out there right now but i fired up the live hi-def doppler radar, no precipitation within the bay area at all. over the mount have coo area. again no precipitation albeit on the cloudy side. this is a scene. it's live it's our cbs 5 weather camera looking out to the embarcadero center with it brightly lit up. very festive. the city is hopping tonight. lots of activities going on. it is currently 54-degree in san francisco after a high today of 59 degrees. that's one degree above average. santa rosa already fallen into the low 50s. that's gown to be one of the coldest locations across the bay area tonight. with 37 degrees in the of
of new development. cbs 5 reporter patrick sedillo on the memories and the uncertain future at dome. >> reporter: affectionately known to locals as the dome theater it's home to art house movies. >> it's an icon in pleasant hill. it's a well-known place with memories for people. >> i remember trying to put my arm around my first girlfriend though and that took me half of the movie to get that to happen. >> reporter: it might be facing the wrecking ball soon to make way for among other things a sporting goods store. >> i don't think we need another sporting goods store. i think we have plenty of them. >> reporter: neither were my of the employees able to talk on camera. what i did meet were dozens of people with a treasure-trove of memory right here hat this theater. >> "jaws." >> you're going to need a bigger boat. >> "star wars." >> my wife and i came to our first movie here. the godfather. >> i'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse. >> reporter: what they need is arrival from planning and -- approval from planning commissions. ray owns the loaded hog saloon next door, he's
was not injured and the thief only got a few dollars. but as cbs 5 reporter patrick sedillo shows us, what he took from her was much more valuable than money. >> i hard him say, i'm going to kill your dog. >> pekingese 12 years old, sweetest thing ever. >> reporter: she asked not to be named so we won't show her face. this woman was robbed yesterday not only of money, but her best friend roxy, who she loved most on this earth. >> she was my best friend of the she was always there. >> reporter: she had lost her phone in her car so she parked to look for it when a man approached her at len worth and golden gate. >> he -- leavenworth and golden gate. >> he said give me all your money. >> reporter: he rifled through her pockets and found only $5 and roxy started barking. >> he said i'm going to kill your dog. >> reporter: after a struggle he made good on his promise. >> and he grabbed roxy from her collar, all of a sudden i see her fly towards traffic. threw her in traffic. >> reporter: roxy was rushed to the emergency room but it was too late. >> they said she was pretty bad in critical condition. so
a fond farewell to a parking park in san francisco. cbs 5 reporter patrick sedillo on why drivers will need a pocket full of change even on sunday. >>> reporter: beginning next sunday, the free ride or should i say free parking is over. >> i don't see why they need to do it now. they are already getting you monday through friday and they have you on saturday now then they're going to get you on sunday. what are they going to do next, 24 hours a day? >> reporter: possibly. this woman says she knows why. >> the city needs money but not with the parking meter on sunday. >> reporter: the law will net the city an extra $2 million a year. >> i'm a long-time resident of the city of san francisco. and i do not approve what the board of supervisors has done. >> reporter: in the marina on chestnut street where parking is like a competitive sport, the law isn't getting much support there, either. >> it hurts the small businessman for one thing. a lot of people come to the restaurants on the weekend, to the stores and i think a lot of them are not going to come. >> reporter: and this person s
christmas presents are on their way. patrick sedillo, cbs 5. >>> there is always someone on your list impossible to shop for. >> cbs 5 reporter julie watson has three gifts that won't break theback and won't reveal you waited until the last minute. >> i always wait million the last minute. >> reporter: as last minute shoppers rush to check off their list, it seems everyone has someone who is nearly impossible to shop for. >> my parents and my fiance. >> my dad. >> my younger daughter. >> because you never know what the hell they want. >> we have come up with a few last minute gift ideas. if you play your cards right they may never know you waited until the last minute. >> this would be perfect for anybody on my christmas list, whether it was for my dad who loves to cook to my little 7- year-old nephew who is obsessed with like science experiments. >> eye on the bay produce california cities sandra murray -- producer sandra murray discovered it while doing a news segment. forget about rush delivery. simply email or print the ecard and your gift is ready to go. >> by creating electricit
reporter patrick sedillo on dr etful of >>> as we prepare to say good- bye to 2012 we are saying a farewell to a parking perk in san francisco. drivers will need a pocket full of change, even on sundays. >> reporter: beginning next sunday, the free ride or should i say free parking is over. >> i don't see why they need to do it now. they are are getting you friday and saturday and now sunday, what are they going to do next, 24 hours a day? >> reporter: possibly. noria says it will effect her church, she knows why. >> it is the money. the city needs money. not just with the parking meter on sunday. >> reporter: the law will net the city an extra $2 million a year. >> i am a long time resident of the city of san francisco and i do not approve of what the board of supervisors have done. >> reporter: in the marina where parking is like a competitive sport. the law is not getting support, either. >> hurts the small businessman. a lot of people come here for the restaurants and the stores on the weekend, a lot of them will not come. >> reporter: and they see it as something that has been in
yesterday. cbs 5 reporter patrick sedillo with his story. >> reporter: she and heresiessters are going through her father's thingser paint brushes, stencil, all found this is muni locker where he worked for 30 years. his job? painting every one of san francisco's cable cars. >> yesterday my dad passed away peacefully. >> reporter: efren bernal was diagnosed with cancer only four months ago putting an end to the first and only job he could find in this country. he was even turned down for a fast-food job. >> the mcdonald's said he wasn't qualified. >> reporter: undeterred he kept looking. >> he heard about the san francisco civil services. >> reporter: he got the job even when he filled out applications his talent was evident. >> his penmanship really stood out. it looked like it was in print. >> reporter: he put his creative skills to work on the internationally famous icons, the numbers, the signs, all done by efren's hand. >> what my dad did was the finer details. like the design, the etchings. >> reporter: his long run ended here, cable car number 26, signed by the artist. >> truly
. but not the kind of boot camp you may be thinking of. cbs 5 reporter patrick sedillo shows us how these wounded warriors are getting their lives back on track starting in the kitchen. >> hear this? >> six months ago i never thought i would be here where i am now. >> reporter: this is the second day of class for 11 veterans learning to broil, fry or cut their way forward. they are wounded vets of wars in iraq and afghanistan finding recovery here in st. helena. >> this is a group for people who haven't met each other before but yet they have been through very similar experiences. >> reporter: they found themselves in the cia -- in this case, the culinary institute of america. >> some of these people have been in afghanistan for months or years and, you know, now they are back here in the united states and they are home and they are trying to readjust. >> reporter: everyone here is intent on being as self- sufficient as possible so they can avoid fast food and learn to cook for themselves in a healthier way. >> a lot of their injuries have prevented them from being able to work out and exercise
. but as cbs 5 reporter patrick sedillo shows us, what they got was quite the opposite. >> very surprised. i didn't expect this at all. usually we have opened other black bears and usually black bear gets swamped with applicants. >> like normally how many? >> hundreds. >> reporter: the job fair for the black bear restaurant under construction in emeryville has been a disappointment for the last two days. >> i'm just floored that we're not being deluged with people. >> reporter: 120 jobs are available to those who want them but -- >> if we have reached 30 or 40 i'd be surprise. >> reporter: imagine that this black bear diner told me they only hired 20 out of the 40 applicants yesterday. this restaurant is scheduled to open next month and they might not be able to staff it. how long have you been out of a work? >> almost a year. >> reporter: she decided to stop by and try her luck. she saw the story on cbs 5 and is applying. >> anything, i mean, i can do grunt work or help out in the kitchen. >> if they have any trouble finding workers for their jobs they should call me. >> reporter: michae
, not a lot of people can make it up. >> reporter: reporting from the peninsula, patrick sedillo, cbs 5. >>> but that little rain wasn't going to keep business owners from losing out on cash. the extreme measures some took in flood prone areas to keep the customers coming in. look, if you have copd like me, you know it can be hard to breathe, and how that feels. copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva helps control my copd symptoms by keeping my airways open for 24 hours. plus, it reduces copd flare-ups. spiriva is the only once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that does both. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva. discuss all medicines you take, even eye drops. stop taking spiriva and seek immediate medical help if your breathing suddenly worsens, your throat or tongue swells, you get hives, vision changes or eye pain, or problems passing urine. other side ef
killed roxy, there is a $1,000 reward. reporting from san francisco, patrick sedillo, cbs 5. >>> in walnut creek, a vigil is getting under way at this hour for a young man fatally shot by police earlier this week. elissa harrington is at the vigil, where friends and family are wondering how this could have happened. >> reporter: we're learning for about anthony banta, jr. he is 22 and worked as a hairdresser in downtown walnut creek. behind me friends and family have gathered for a candlelight vigil outside of selanne amour where he worked for the past two years. friends and family want to know what happened that night and it was early thursday morning that police shot and killed banta after they were called to the diablo point apartments. police say his roommate's girlfriend called 911. she said that banta was attacking her boyfriend. he was armed with a knife and police say that they were forced to shoot. those who were close to banta are confused about the events that led up to the shooting. one of the owners of the salon says he was shy and well liked by clients. >> he w
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